Western lawmakers that assume a legal or operational firewall between Huawei and the Chinese party-state are deluding themselves.
RFE’s voice is needed more than ever in the current information climate.
South Sudan is the latest African country to deal with swarms of crop-devouring locusts. But unfortunately it is among the least prepared to deal with the crisis.
Can the African Union make this an “African Century,” or is it destined to share the same fate as the Organisation of African Unity that preceded it?
Recounting the latest economic disruptions due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The arrival of COVID-19 is just the latest in a string of recent economic disruptions in Japan, and there are even rumblings that the expected windfall of the Olympics could be in jeopardy.
Examining human reactions over past technological breakthroughs can give insight into what might be the most disruptive breakthrough of all: artificial intelligence.
Investors welcome the Brazilian president’s ambitious reform program, but worry about his apparent disdain for the environment.
In opening its doors to foreign investors, an independence-minded Greenland could be ushering in a new era of geopolitical competition in the Arctic.
Glacier shrinkage in the Lake Balkhash basin is set to exacerbate water shortages in an already arid part of the world, creating a potential water conflict between China and Kazakhstan.
Turkey and Russia’s divergent interests in northern Syria can no longer be glossed over.